Newspaper of The New York Herald, February 25, 1851, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated February 25, 1851 Page 2
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NEW YORK HERALD. JAlSI (iOROOH B MS N !f KIT, FBOPRI1TOB, AND EDITOR. crricx h. w. corneb or rvtrom an d nassac btb. THE V.I II. Y HER~iLD, I unit per copy? $7 per *"?*?? WEEKLY HERJiLD. every Saturday. -U ?rati |>#r c?j?v, or A3 pir <ftnum ; (Ac European Edstusn ft* per annum, to a?v P*rt oj Crsat hntain, and $3 (? any Mr < ?/ fAc Continent, both to include the postage. J?LL LETTERS by mail, for Subscription*, or untA ?Atrliitwrnti, (? Ac ?r (Ac pottage u>M kt dt 4iu lttl from the numry remitted. VOLUNTARY CORRESPONDENCE, containing important newt, talicitedfrom any quarter <J the world; if use d, will be Uberally pmd for. Ovb FoAKian Ookm u? rOHI'K-NTI it> PA?TICV?.A*L* tkll'lmil TO BaAI. ALL tarrm Anil Pacuacm wit to v*. NO NOTICE taken oj anonymous communication *. We do not return those resected. .tDVERTIHEMENTS rentseed every Homing. JOh PRINTING executed \e U\ nealnett, cheapntti, ms*d I . ?!? '?? Vtlame XVI AMUSEMENTS THIS BYBNING. BCWIB7 THEATRE, Bowtrj-lf inu^cron? Tirao*. BROADWAY THEATEB, BroAdwAJ? Old L?t? ato th? Hwse ? B > t??t Bah n. HI B LO S OARDKM, BroniwAj? La IUrinidi Lah ?c?-Cataiisa. Br* TON B THBATBE, CAutbm *ttHt-Ou Lots ASd nu Ir? -Woiui'i Fax*. NATIONAL THATU, ChmtbAB itre?t ? Rit At Cwi?r ?iDi or Huico -fituui or tbb Faiaiaa? Faaacm Brr BROC GUAM'S LVCECM, Br?Adw?T? Olc Lin A*c t*m Haw? Woaijd's Faia- Si-vat ? Tmov?,?ts. CniSTTB MINSTRELS, K??Uaie?' HAll. *72 Br??jw?? -?TMIOPIA* llMITBIUT. FELLOWS' OF ERA HOI SR. *41 BroAdwAj? Btmfopia* Atn?rrm ujjy . AKBRICAN lirSBm-AMi m>g PrmoiaA'ca Arrcs ? AMD Bvl VI>0. XIV TORE AMPHITHEATRE.^ Evwerj? Km trrr* ia* runn?A>cu. _____ WASHINGTON HALL- Panorama or txs Pimiai*'* ftMDIW. _____ BATTLER '? COSMO RAX A, corner o f Thmeeath si:rsl hat Brc??*?j MINERVA BOOMS? Panorama or Ireiawd. York. Tooduy, February '45, 18M. Number 99. Summary of TtIfgr?pWt Sews. Our telegraphic intelligence presents a number of points of strong interest. In the Senate of the Varied States, yesterday, Seward and his aasoo nee presented i?titions for the repeal of the Fur tive Slave law. They were laid on thi table. The Postage bill was then taken up. and after some debate, the question wad uUen ca adopting Mr. Husk a bill, instead of the IIou?e bill. It was de cided, by a rote cf thirty- one to eighteen, in the affirmative. The mitenal differences between the tails ere -tated under our telegraphic head; and the Ml !j> Fuch a muddy and mixed afiair, that C ongresa bad better leave it till tome clear headed project * proved, which will ?pare th? government and the coun'ry much confusion The Senate w aa en gugr d, al-o, in a debate upon the Presidents mes sage, to which we luve so recently referred tnat farther comment is unaecfssary. The speech of M' like!? was answered by Mr. Clay, who seeou tc have a broad and ccmi reheusive understanding cl nie popular feeling on the slavery qaestioa, and *,1 the power of the government < f the Coited Sihte* to enforce the federal statu '.es. The debite was an interesUng one : but we hid hoped that there 4,<1 exist a man in Congress who could enter tain opinions aa to the weakness of the government tc enforce, or the disposition of the peo;!e to obey, df requisitions of the law. la the House of Representatives the French S|?UatKJU bi'.l, and several other subjects were discussed, among * hich waa the Compensation and Mileage bill. The attempt of Mr Ph<rau to in troduce an amendment to the bill for approprta twos of the Philadelphia Mint, wholly failed of its obiect. It w^s decided to be out of order. A bhow of k d'/?l waa made yesterday, between M-ssr?. S'anVy and Inge. Shots were ex- hanged without damage to the peraoasof theae individuals, h*c they retired, very well situ'ied with their norn ing's work 1'ueli arc cut of faehien, espe cially b-fore breakfast. From Albany we have the intelligence that Mr. He*hr*>it, by sttckmr nebty at h:s pest. Las de teattd the election of Hamilton l ish. Mr Bvek wiar has ;4edg*d himself to keep the doer shut apa.bst Mr fish; and every citizen of New York who has any regard tor the conai.tutien sad laws ?f tike country, will rejoice in the ?*.ertiirow of sue man upon whom Weed had set his hopes. The forrmiiae on Privileges reported unfavorably on mafc ng it a penal eflence to confine alaves in omfitt till- That u right, Tfca tart Days ?r the Con?rr.a. Th- iaat day? of the Thirty- irst ? .mgresa are ap proaching, and we can anticipate, from ?!*? rieace, approx-mately, the res lit. The honest pen ti* ?f tke Unite ?t States almost universally entertain , me *i -.nior, that the.r re, reseLtaf.?ps fulfil the a** ion to whieh they nt? appointed and that in r nr-<iU f not all theu acts, speecher, and rales, they hold their efe on the publio good, rather than on private ia'ereste; and th ? might be so, were it not ,Mi d.surb'.PK reuses too powerful to be resisted, are continually divrriiog legislation froin iu proper channels, i?nd forcu ?g the national leg.slttura to contemplate thoae rneisure* which concern mil* ?duals and corporat ons, rt'her than the great a*?dy of the community T t? t* ar-, pi mMv, at th- rrener. ?mw, M Waih ?glon, act 1* !* th in five hundred men, nuny of ihem nch capitalists, and w in* of them poLhoai d-. mag- 1 " and a nguera, who are tending a-'lihe.r eaer*KS to procure the pa?a?ge f f curb laws as wul aware tfce tetonesof individuate a: the expense of im> pur. c It haa been a matter of greu surprise, ?o the people of the cosary g-o-rally, that nr more enactmets are paaaed by Coagreo, that mm. of th* t. j e it e.. *h ession s spent in ft rruiout de late*. ? . K.h bi jig Mil# to their second, and sou-.-, uiies u> b? i r th.ta readirg, aad which 1? natty fa:', l.? m,.Lt <t tisuo ; b-ca e t n ate lobbying aud storms of pa Me punter have air-a?i> ah- orbed Th- U?rp Bioa'hs of i ie ft-, r. We could gather ;.,?ny iduswiont f> eaforoe th.c point, bit we will ??ssi '*V? ? 'h two Several days a*o, the ?? ? staa ?f n- .-jsnaft was s *at in an ehrseat, aid r*v? ? new hat *iru ?-0t de->*^ oa the bill err ating a. nu. a of L -tir? nan' r- rai .n a ir army, while the?rf-ie I uf? aere **-"d io the Hn^ne, either m hajrier*x words, era-, gjia-s or istMeleaa ?-U ie ,tvS, w- ba?* ??? ok. cviou to Uepreort. laitf* in Cca+'r-ff httsmj 'tag to say a .tit lb af', a h?a??i V) ve'-er. ,i> i. Ai??e all, have *?e t f > .rr'if tt *c I.y F'rP?* tribute ?,f r'Si'c' ?,?( ,Ad io miliary # r*icei of tso !,?#? u? i 'era a-e aalr a f. w r.iort d.v* I * '?* P*'* n: tv??rt.- 10 a.:, and |,i. .n .nil a arore of most . r.. nortat tr" ?k.:iu# for Ual act.o-i, ?ee do ob -ct to hav ug ii'-e r f 'he a^.?nif l-gi?U ar? w, iand?-ed ?i?er io the paaaage ?f Biimpr nact m-i?ures A?,u i. ? . rb the ho i'?, tr *>+*' the stamp ol party i:.*rg ? rr personal fitoliiraeni ? be u> t-e satM- y o?erlo?.k?d. We. leara. on g >o<j a. 'K'tity, Uiat an fe-ript has bee.i m^de by .f Fiiasore a; his cat u> correct * great puhiie ?msapi'ff heasKU In gtid to 'he c<K ' of ina.n ta tk the A i- ru an navy Th-y ha?e desired to l.a?e tfcr mrg- ^nau tl a; . t0| nstioaa for tlk* oc-il msils?tvMe charged to'Ji" d-pirtrmnt to which it j^o.-r^) bel^ag . I > , by gr.f th-se if. P TO |0e?ioi,s wiihrn the n***t hiils, a vary large au. ti of laoftsy ?p!#*rs to be tpent every year In s ie I i?tr>ia*r to- navy, w hile .t is devoid to or her (Mr ? | ta-ses alt* iretlie r There seems to be a disposition 1 Io bo h >.c isfs of Congress to g;?? ihegoby to of tl?o,e great iat*r- r s whi?h cohOSrs the ? hole (ii.k if th' A ii' riCan p' o, ie; aid for this reason *1 fear Mni the I or of Afri:an stea-n ahsio wi.l not !<*> esta >ii?he d dur :.f the present ?rs?MP PetiiKKiS have b< -n s?nt .a for that poriose frs>m lr*is!a'ure.?, con mentions, chambers of MiHS'irri sad karre a? mbl.fe* ofih- Anier*:an wrplr, ~f r? i he worth chsraci-r, f! ca ry, < sps i^i, aad .atoll getee ?4 the * w were fui> seated. No doubt seems to exist ia the pobbc mini, that vest ad rentage* would flow from the estab lishment of this Line of steamers, not only to the commerce of the country, to the intelligrnce of the country, but to the well-being of the nation ; last, not leaat, that tach an enterprise would have a di rect and a salutary influence ia removing future causes of sectional animosity and local excite meats, in reference to the African race. Providence has put the fortunes of that great division of the human family into the hands of the American republic. For many successive ages, the existence of vast millions of savage and brutal mea on the African continent, has beea an enigma to philosophers aad naturalists. So far bach as we can traee the his tory of the African population, by the light of authentic writings, it appears that their story has been the same at all periods. Numerous ri val tribes, illumined by aone of the light of civilization, and fired by the moat ferocious passions that devour savage races, have been at tempting to exterminate one another. Not quite so large a share of the disgrace of the slave trade rests upon European shoulders, as has been sup posed; for, from time immemorial, coasters and traders along the western borders of the African continent have been tempted to engage in this traf fic ia men by motives even of humanity, since, in nearly all instances, as far as we have any know ledge, slaves carried away were captives taken ia war, who would have been immolated on the altar of some heathen god had they not fallen iato the hands of civilized men. In this way the Southern portion of our confederacy, through the policy of England, while we were'colonies, has been popu lated with a laboring class. And now since their I number has reached three millions, and they have i become civilized and enl ghtened, to such a degree , in i act that a very large proportion of them receive religious instruction from week to week, and not only call themselves Christians, but display, to a : great extent, the chief virtues that belong to that j profession, the time has come when, in the Provi dence which guides the world, our nation is enabled to accomplish the great objects of prac , ucal utility, not only to itself, but to the uncounted millions of Africa, by carrying out the scheme w hich has been recently suggested, and which now | 'ies for action before Congress. We deeign in a short time to take up the whole subject of African colonizatfon. The idea was started some thirty or forty years ago, and it m?t, at the time, with the approbation of enlightened, discreet, good, and farseeing men. Had the plan of African colonization been vigorously prosecuted a quarter of aeenturyago; and the favor, the pa tronage, and the aid of the federal government and the State legislature been extended towards it, theie ne>er would have been room for the aboli tion excitement which has pervaded the nition and threatens the perpetuity of the Republic. We hope still, that the time is already came when our Congress feels the force of these considerations so deeply, that the plan now before them will meet with their hiphest approval, and gain immediate attention More lies in this matter than some peo ple imegine. Tht re is here, so fir as we can per ceive. little scope for ndividual speculation ; at all events none, exc?pt so far as the hope of gain may be & fair stimulus to capital, to bring it to bear upon a great end bunuae plan, that will ultimately re sult in incalculable advantages to the whole world. It is one of those movements, which, if prosecuted with vigor, will expand the wings of commerce ?v?r fields where they were never spread, and ex tend the c.rcle of civilization over the bosom of one of the most ferule continents on the face of the earth, where the light of Christunity, of well re gulated commerce, and of civilization has never yet dawned. The Ci j.tivation of Flax is ths United States.? In another part of otsr j>aper we present a report of a discussion at the Farmers' Club of the American Institute on the growth and culti vation of flax. The subject is an important one, snd is daily ac<juinn? new interest, from the fact that in England there have been several patrnic fcured for the spinning and weaving of thia staple, and alao from the zeal with which the capitahcta cfthat country have entered upon th? cultivation of the plaat, and its appliance to manufactures of vari ous klnde The annexed letter from Meisrs W re ford and Licvd, of London, who are proprietors, we believe, of the Mtik Im%c Expttu, acco n pamrd by som. be. jtiful specimens of the niw flax staple, of different colors, will add another evi* det ce cf the importance to our countrymc n of en teritg into an early competition in this bran .h of production ? Sic 21 B?*< ? >?? Lm Trt 7, 1"?51. BlU Isa- 1 eneio*? aaaptes of tb# n?w till cotton undrr M CUumm > , Hut. Voor fri?nd* ntgbt Ilk* to ??<? It. Mr J B Chnntcpbrr of 28 ?<rr?t?tn atraet, LtnJcn. a (tt'iririt iat*:??ud. nv? ihry w?r? not dy?u by ? regular 4> *r and are :ob?? , u ntiy not ?o Bocd i' futur* otn will l*. Havanh*l*ea. you will >** 'bat tb?y dye equally la the yarn. Tbtf* are the tlx ft and otily rpreiiEtt.1 tent to the . nit?d .u ut- ? V#ty lruiy yours, WRKFOKU k LLOYD. 3 O. lanwt, >ome valua*>)c nets, enl urgent eppeala to the American public, are contained in he report of the Farmers' Club, which will not pass uabeeded bf the ek. I of thia eou atfjr. Brides thia we perceive that a feeoletioa has teen piased .a favor cf offering acme aluable prer -rums, in order to stimulate the meatus of oui mechanics to coa struct machinery ?<.aal to the exigences of the < aie. ? ur own otuaion is that th? State of New York, through its Legisaure. may <.o far worie thing s than to nuke an apf 'opri itioB for th;a purpose. The nrne ha? arrived, wb?a, a-rr. our increased chemical and ci' facilities, we can do uy poaeible thins reap-ect to overcoming the aa* tural obstaclea wh.Th are ;o:erp-oeed to the mnu factoring arts. Wuh a proper etiaulu?( we have no doubt that th? product.' n f flax cetim miy te facilitated very greatly ; and the reac!: of a*i ma chinery to lifht^a the toil of the agriciitural classea, and to brjig our labor into competition with that c>f Lr.alaad, would be c basting of which even corjecturt cur net adequately express the foil measure. It i? iite evid'at that the ma..y fhi'<ues of Lnf li-h ca|?uliats te cultivate cottea .n lands heid by J th* Hrit.<4i erown, huve indeed them te try thia etw field ef mdjstry and enterpr.s*. "la* public . rials, ft- many meerha, have i re;?red ua for | ecu* vifefous ud active aetaufea, and aiw that I v.. have the brtt fruits f>efore is, we are f ally sat.** fie< that the new work * rapidit* progr*as>r.K The epeaur.eea wkek have been submitted to us axe *ery it: ?reeiiatf- They of five vanouMy colen i floeatt. ;ad buaohea cf the thread apuc ? from tfc" ) arn Th? ? rmtt are r.a? and ailhf, a. d< a!te geU -r, ?.'gg?.?t th?: wah pri,,*r i.-aihini-rir, in*., menufacturv will be ? .dely extent ed .* a very ?hoit time. However. AmerkM entarprkte ? not btia?arJ In the ^'afr if ? w iUmp^hire, prepa-e'ions are ncv. ^eirg vt fcr the con^ ?rs< a of aomeof the <-ot? ton mils iate liien m.i>, ond w?> are prejared to bfliei* tka' Kke iaduatrj* which haeci r \ated the mulberry plM'aad the at.k worn. and teberco,on the ' ba&iis oi the C?u et tic ... ?r d ia other pa.'U of New I ? inland, wili be dtr?ct?d to :hr new field of pro duc.ioe glwe fy th? fie* plan; Twen?y-f>e er ' shifty yum ago fU* Was cu.t.vated .a th.i country rr uch more ejl'aai.eJj- hen r.ov , and was used hr>e>rpun thread and oth^r domestic pur peer*. Th* culture wi? r.hend(.ued ie ociee* ? ite uce of the ctenjD'si rf cttoa. aud the ..??<* rei <iir*d to hriag the p ant into any neefai Mate of msAufact a ?? We nam. do bt, ho are rar, that e r'oment e atable machinery ia rlaced b?fo.-e the pi.MtC, the industry of every part ol ;b^ c i ti Mr* v 'I h* *ti Rials ed te carry out th *v dent teadeac ' cf cir j nftM ea whic I exhib.t tl??nv wives eg eve.TT Lata tKim Ke.?* ra - ty tbe arr vai at te?. Irstlai b*H r alar a. aafk'.,> ** h*** w^ei??d Betaiula r>|*rMc?n M the i**h teat , but they are B?at:y ?lied eNh tMttav (ra% '-he A?erloaa tctl* ? iclnr oa of aeaiiy e ee,1hiag *tM The ??^tfcai 'e is i it n ie*y *ts -bar* I Ari aofiUTioji fo* tiu Rxmoval of Obwtiicc tioms at Hi ii-sate ? We notice that Cougrrs*, m exercising their power far the Improvement ol riven tad harbor*, have appropriated the sum of thirty thousand dollars fur the removal of the ob struction to navigation at Hurlgate? that smill Scylla and Choribdis of the East river, through which the l-ong Island sound ateamboats, and mnny coastiag vessels, have to pa.-e. Thit nothing has been done hitherto to improve that passage, so important to the commercial welfare and conve nience of the metropolis, is one of those instances of public indifference which become most marked when they have ceased to exist. Ilurlgate is a much more important point of approach to New York than is usually imagined. In consequence of the danger in passing through it, the rapiJityof the steamboat intercourse with ports an Long Island sound his been much abridged. Besides this, ma riners and steamboat captains have always avoided attempting the passage of the whirpool after night fall, so that the amount of inconvenience to the commercial public has been immense. New York herself, could well a fiord to expend three or four hundred thousand dollars to clear the passage of obstructions, rather than the obstacles to night navigation should be continued, to the expenditure of an imi>ortant part of the day, when steamboats are obliged to pass the boiling gulf. When the obstructions have been removed, steamboats can leave our piers after nightfall, so aa to land passengers the next morning at an early hour at the various ports on the sound, and this much time will be saved by the travelling public. In addition to this, the danger of the |<a?*age will be removed. This is no small consideration. Many vessels have been injured or lost upon the rocks at thai point, all of which might have been saved by a liberal provision for the removal of the obstacles. We are quite happy, therefore, to find that some really valuable steps have been taken to obviate the difficulties hitherto eacountered,and we shall watch with uncommon interest the expenditure cf the i Congressional appropriation, with the hope that it will prove adequate to the demands of the case. Above all, we hope that the work of expurgation will go bravely on, till captains shall learn to smile and fcive thanks, instead of swearing, as they now must, whenever they are forced to try the minia ture rr-. elstrcm I UMatrtcal* Bowk* v Thxatxic. -Iha nun exetUeBtblUMthit I 01 lMt evening ia offered for tbe amusement of the p? trsnaof tbia old and famoue thaatrlaal Umplr Tha house is every night well filled, and on aeveral ... rc(i. ? Mat could be procured, la consequence of the new and aplendid national drama of-' Waeftl ugton. I ?v. to 1'imc and Ulory in which J. It. oeon nop* ? a. Capt.^n Marion rilton a. Washington MimS Denin a? H?nry lUlfton?, 8t?TenB w Oenwil Lafayette, Misa K Benin as Lyd. Uara and th? oth ;r I characters by an excellent rtock company. Miaa Hil lert will ring one of her favc-rit* bslladi. and the per I foraatcea will conclude with the famous drama en I titled - Vldooq, or the French Police Spy, in which Mr. U K. Slovene will figure eonaptcooualy. nnninwiv Theatre? First Appearance or Mim Julia Be^wett i* America Mi^s JulU Benoett, the lavorite ot European audlencei and the recipient of ro\al patronage. made her first appearance before a republican public last evening, the character ot Lady Teaile. in Bberidan'a lnimi'able comedy of the - BcSool for Scandal '' Th- houaa. notwUhaUndiug the incessant rain that lell throughout the day, and continued to pcur down all the evening, was fall and fashionably attended, and thetfe tulanh mart have been btebfy grntlflYd at the warmth with which .he was re c'fred On her entrance she wa. greets with a be u ty ? an Amerioan? welcome, such as is erer given to the stranger and a shower of bouquets were thrown as a homage toher beauty before .he had "tter.d a word ' to prove whether she was, as an actreaa^ ?*'?"'?* tfce ccmtliment. We were led tosxpeet. by tho fame which had preceded her, ? rioh tr> at in the perform ance of Miss Jul a Bennett,- wa w?re P??"*4 t0 tee an actrew of great artistic ability, exqui.'ite persotal chirms. -and in each particular 1 cur expectations have been realiied to tha tolleat ei tent ?he performed the charaeter of Lady Teaxle with an animation, a grace and dignity tbit were evl dsntly natural, and not acquired 8he la ? Diaereet in g'rture, in deportment mild ? Not Itin with prudence nor uneouthly wild. i F Le scaki evety word distinctly, and in acl?a. and silvery tone, with an unbroken propriety that eh .rma I at dap' "nancy and a spirit to which we may justlv I apply the term -captivating ' The VTVlV V.'nTwed always torts artistic talent, wan admirably I,5 the whole group, tlere, too. Miea Jnl'a Bennett ?2cce in periection: her humiliation before her of fended husband- ber sarcastic reprehension of her would be seducer, wera finely c< ntraated and touch itttly portrayed and stamp her powera of eoGCjpliou rf i he text as accurate and ^"thful to Ml tnt e M la DeBBett as we have previoualy biated Is a lady w surpassic- beauty- "bard is the task to apeak that beauty a praise and adds to tha charms ofahaoi k me face, faultlesa figure, and preposaeasing man l." ? the additional perfection of tytefuJn.aa ?1 dreaa. with the becoming apparel of the daya In which the toene la laid BLe woie a atemaeher of dianaondJ Md brar.lrtaof tba fame costly ornam.n a which much admired. LadyTeaile waa well supported by all tha ctber character*; but want of space precludes an individual notice of them. At the eona.ualua of tba ccmedy. aba waa led before the curtain by the mauaaer Mr Barrett to anaeer the unanimous call of the whole bouse and was again literally smothered wttb bou'iuet* while ebe gracefully bowed her ailaow ledgmsnte to the audleace. Mlaa Dennett will appear til? in the new ?om> dy NiMo'a Gaantv-The celebrated Poussat F.mlly are announced to appear but for two nigbu rnor-, ?? would, therefore, adsiae thoee who hare not aa yet seen them to da ao by all meana. as they are dacidedljf ' the meet graceful and exoelWat da ?<??-? we h*?e er r I ?*en In tbia city . II a better ??u? than Caroline ?xl?ta 1 we bare yet to sea b?r. for ab- la perlest ? ? of her proleeeion The eaVertalameata, this ef-oing. ' will ctmmenca with the French vaudeville of ? L.a , de Languea " The orah??tra will n'xt pU* i the overture to Catarr* and that aplandid b?ll?t . will next follow Wateel itunnecesaary t? aay mar- on I the terr?lcbor#?n abllHlear the four sister-. -tVye ?hi have ?e?n ttem generally admit th?lrauperiarlty. Bratoe's TMe.rat- Vb" new comely, which was rroducs d lait night with the grea'^t fitMMs an tl 1-4 the Old Love and the New.'' will again be presented thia eveninr with a rcat that may ju-tlr defy cam r-tltl< B W iih Lo-'ton, Ftake Leet?r. Blaud, Mra. Uoabea. Mra Ruea-lt. wad Mm Bkerrett. how can a?y piece be otberwlaa than euec'Stful I Mr. Frederic will dance a Ppanieh Bolero Ml. and ^r? llo man will amr a favorite duet . aol the orcUaetr* wlil e.ecute the gems of tha opera The c^nmuiing , teeture will be the highly amualng p?eea entitled tha ? World a Fair, in whieh nearly i?>e whole alre?*th of II* t?l?lt?4 HSfilT b^utirui ij?iir#n rv<> lntrodur#?d in ihl- fltc# NsVio-vai -Tit" ?-w d'ama of In^eas- in ?er??* entitled tfce ?? Rival Chi' itallia of M>xieo cr a Yaiifcae Itlgbt Bide I p." wbi -h la baiog play ed with tb- ar-ateat aucceea will a<eln y pr??eo;eJ lo i.i?ht. wiib Mr O K Laafce a? / aijedlah #hort TSa other characters by very ???eUant com* liana. **??. Brandon LaFavor. WaUlns and ?>"'.ra MI'S Mai ?|)1 appear In a 'an -y daa-s. *?? ?h- fx . Ts? - ?jre will be the .plsndi 1 ep~t?ele ?? tb- J[ratte *f |5' Fairiea.' which ia greatlv admired ^b'- 1 orch-?tra wU play tfce overture t?. the Bplrit of <h? Wa rT* and the termlaatiag pteee will Oedhe *rand nlllUr-y v ta'le rl lbs Vteaab B, y " Thia ia, a rary at traative 1,111. n>a< ham s Lv. trM.-Tbl* aaUbliahmtat Is dfdng an excellent buMneaas. anl ttia t* ua I !? ?? wafi sur erl.ln# when the prorramm- 'I enter aicm-a . la foo*-<i a' The tew cmady entitled" The '/Id Lof a and tie New will again be pf du-ed to at< - wl h tba famoua and talented eom;vry attach*! ta tha I in um in the principal cbara?'ers Mile, tu y nirre will danee La t'raeielenne after which tva ?ra?1 ..e'tasiewf The Worlds lair will ba parform-d Thli pleee in Iteelf. both aa r**."i' sc-nery ant a t Irg !? ail siifllcisnt to <fraw a crowd.d h. u.? The I kDueemeats will clc? with tha taree ol B id^- n I Tbfugbta Tboaewbowlab to pare a pleaaant even I leg will v.slt Brouglxm a to alght. ? ? M i m ?There wa? aa urnsual crowi hsre vaaterlay ? Diamond fitt i-Umt nd la a alever and Mr l?:adabaw and Mr (iroevnor el.elf-d murbappUuee in It ? The i.nean a Page w.tb that capital actor. Mr and that very P'-a' "? yring aataeaa. Miss Carpenter, waa also the act ol intense admiration We ran t ?e hew Ibay gtve so BU,b amuaen at ia the afternoon f< r so little mt aey Laat evenlag Dm' aar was peiformad again and with if s usual ? ? -a' Mr C.arh- ia earia.aly an a-wr of sirgolar merit and d?u?!ed ta,?nt Mies < hapraaa a Marl'.aaa la an .art. at ard beautiful perf^tnaace Fe'sy Palrer fa alar a pr"'1* ' b,n* The wboia bill \ la repeated this afterafn aaid tbla evening. I V. vaav AMrH.vairavsi - This nrpular pla?e cf en teruicia.t !a n^gbt.y rowd.d to its .cr y. and vary d.sarvedly aa Oie company form a trtl II. nt ecrobia.a ?: t^el-Hand m-et veraatll- ta lar.t The ?.a?s?. derte r? au/1 mua- ilar ??'"??* ?J 21 rt ft r. i rRtetel-fl th# ?' ft<* i? ? hnrt c-f ,1l, rs aretr. y wrnder ui M'acW lolka on h<r.ebe-h gv.saeliea-# a, id elf? tite per format ~e (,om la .a<T?Ti ,U.i.a co.b U.e ..rer^ acta ? la. This bea-itttal anl .(Tective r ait tti.f Is atlra-tirg aiowlerf ?4nilr?rs nightly, we ? uld ad viae a<-se who have ?.,t yet aean it, to *m hrace the presaat f I po'tualty IlV. r Le.r.ea^.,. will gira ? *cadllifs In a, .try. ad 'b- drama Llhls everlag at \h* .el lastltute. t,..rt.r tb? ?a?n.naga '^o? ot our m,..t la.blraable and ll!era-y Mrel- s Wa haae ofk-B MOhsn < f tha rare slccv.tUiary p'w.r. of thl# laay and we are gratified to Lam tba' ah- now a?u?ara an Set elream.taneei whi-hara likely to enaore h^ fu ture aueceae in the pat b she baa . *>aaen Pomelo, tr.e advantag.s of an attiae'ive y.rsoo a tna valea , - 4 a - t <? ia?if.? tl!* sp'T ' <f >(.. J'-st- 'te .ever , II' r .. ? n? -b;a ' r i.g ar. .t "i. andtak.atr m Wots Loag'Mlow * I ?At the tcm fo.'aile Minerva Itoow-a in Brea.l.ay tbla reailf ., , ,iij a. blewment of art attra-ta nightly era. d?d r .licit, from all eath-isia*ili ?anlfaaU h'ZZ " tba. It. menu I. I hi. i.ibMlJm w palatlng wh'ab baacer tli. i! <'ti. m?r# fa giva tha Americao publla a trtia SS'TwWii if* Aid, 'baa any atber tff.rt ftlAt|0?T?I. MEETING IN TAMMANY HALL. CKREE1L FOOTS AID THE DUOCRiCY. GENERAL KOOTE'S SPEECH. GREAT ENTHUSIASM. I General Feota. United Btatei Bcnator from Missis ?ippl, baring been waited up)n and requested, end having consented to meet hi* democratic fellow eltiiens el Now York, to reoelva their thanks for the ooupicuooi part whloh toe took Id Ii< aettlcmeBt of tbe slavery agitation daring the last session of Con |NWi Tammany Hall wa a in a state of excitement laat evening. Half past seven o'clock was the hoar at wbloh tha faithful were notified to be in attendance; bat in consequence of tbe unfavorable atate of the weather, tbejr did not aeeemble until a few mlnutea after tbe appointed time. When the doors were thrown open, the multitude ruthed in -General Foote, the ofBcera of the meeting, and the committee, having gone in previously- and the ceremony commenced. General Foote was reoelved with a round of cheering and an outburst of applause ?ueh as are beard in the old wigwam when new? ia reoeived of a great triumph of tbe fleree democracy In a municipal eleotion, or at the Union meeting* which have been held lu this city within the paat eight or nine months. At the head of the room a banner was displayed bearing tke inscription, " The Union! it must and shall be preierved." There was another in the oentre, on which was printed that portlen of Washington s farewell address cautioning the American people against any attempt to alienate one portion of tne Union from the ether, and then another on tho oretoes 'roimt J Dn.LO!?,Esq. introduced Gea Foerv.,and said that when he was announoed to visit New Vark, on tbe occasion of tbe celebration of the anniver sary of the birth of Washington, tho democratic committees invited him to meet hts fellow cltiiens in Tammany Hall. To this he consented. Mr Dillon then reviewed the services of Gen. Foot* In his place in the Senate of the United States, and as no individual, in opposing tanatlcism and disunion ism, Land in bringing about the passage of the compromise measures of 1850. Side by aide, shoul dtr to shoulder, with Cass and Dick nson, Oen. Fcote. be said, rendered services which thot-e measures would never hare been adopted. When he went home his course was disapproved ot; but be took the stump against all who were opposed to him throughout Jhe whole State of Mississippi . anl labored to the extent of his ability to turn back the tWe ol disunion which was threatening that State. He concluded by introducing Gen. Foote, who spake as ff FeMow Citixens :-I assure you it is with great pliasure that 1 meet jou here this evening, cn many accounts The left time I had the honor of appearing in this ball was during a very gloomy period ol the Mexican war. when it was deemi-d expedient to give efficient support to the government , in the prosecution of 'bat war. by adopting resolutions expressing the determination of jour citixens to support the most stretuous measures which the administration c?u.<l adopt for that purpose I came here in company with an honored friend of mine (Gen Houston), and l never shall forget the fervid enthusiasm displayed, and

the Bofcle resolutions which were adopteJ, on that occasion. Had I not kcown b-ftre that this ball was tbe abode of patriotic sentiments, I should certalaly have tnowu It then But, fellow cltW.ns. permit me to <ay, that I have watched the course of proceedings in Tamcany Hall from my earliest manhood I telt. when 1 trst this hair that it was i i """^n i?tVd and I filt that I was de? pi} honored lu bs ng invited, to come her* and Interchange sentim-uts with gentle Bin here, moettt whom 1 hope are no* livln*. upon the great national question then pen .ing. I knew 'tha. although many oi the democrats of the North as well a., of the South, had forgotten j.h- original creed of the democratic p rtv. a lar^e iBajori-.yof then in mlui acdsoul ww aevo; ed to the con'tttutio.i and were determined t ? s end by that sacred Instrument with all its susrsntees. std to co operate in the prese va ti< n ot ttat Union which whs handed down to us by our venerated forefa hers-the most Taluab'ele^acy, by tar, which they could possibly have bequeathed to us (Applause) Others may have doubted but I never doubted, that the dimocratlc party was^ In the main a Union party II any man cou.d have doubt-d It bis doubts would have been dissipated during the administration of General Je^icn. ?1? n* ; right arm his hereto heart Lis profound sagacity, his lofty patriotism, his almost superhuman wisdom together ? I'h hi. commending popolanty. enabled him to Beet and ov-rcome the disunionuta wbHh he had to en-tuHer Andwasit not from h!e patriotic lips we deiived that noble sajin*. '? the f?d ral Lnion. ltuiuit >e nreserved' " (Vociferous applause.) I feel biund to Vuy that while great corlll/ts have been jarrie^n between dlfierent parties ot the country, on tthptrtfr cular point the great demrcratlc party of the country hae never k?en essentially divided apon i it. Men have spi una up in koth tb? old parties. who have provsdre creant to irinclple. and have, to a certain extent suj rev de'l In diminishing the dignity of ^th; but formerly as now the trading men ?t both pertles-the b?d men the mo?t pa'rlotlc and the most enlighten#* j ir.en ol both parties -your Clays, your Casses your , and a host of others? stood shoulder to should) r (to uie the emrhatlo language of the ge^uian who has just address-d you)^ anl united their energies in averting the danger , which th# coaititution ani by tctlr unltwd t (torts, triumphed over disunion and its ?advocates (Applause) Whatever you may have hrsrd to the contrary the I Dion was In great danger dorter the last session of Congress. I did not doubt tteo and nev? r did that if the question ol the bouc I fur of N?w Mexleo wsre uot adjusted la three ' werks alter the adjournment of that session blood ?ctld have been shed on the soil ol New Mexico: a collision of arms would kave orourred. and the de I si ruction ot tbe republic would have be? n th? inevita ble result iprofound sllenca ) Theretaf? it Is that I ? with vou In rejolclag that a settlement ol the agi I Ulltg questions wbkh disturbed tke Oautr* was I .tiot.d, andl wast that that eett'ement tbe ecrstltuticn on a t.rm? r foundation ttan that on , which it was . rialaallv es*,abllsbed FeUow clUiens. ! tb?re Is an -xhlbltion of pattictism h^re. to | ! nULt, whljh gladdens my hea-t. There is a de t?i miration evinced here, to do j jstice to your j | fouc hern fellow eitlsene -t?s?staiB their Otnstitu. tiocal lights; and il all H the ic ath oould see what I have se'n In this ball an I In ttls city, since my ar rival smong you tratemal feelings would soon be rf e tabiish" d I am convinced that on the great ques tion ol the day the South doea not and-rstanl l the North nr r d' ?-s the North understand the Sou'li. I will slve jou an Itcldent whioh nocture ! In Congress shiee 1 lett Washington which Isstrikl.t ,ly lliustrative I of this state <1 things. Mr. Ma?ou of tirglnia ia Me seat ia the Senate .stati'd Ibat theagent or oen.r ol toe fugitive slave Henry Look ? #?iantete J a gr?*. deal ol difH^uHj b'r* in rBclala?m?: biiu and was pel to a great d?el ct ? xpense. Mr. Mascu ??ened tot to have kuowu the fact that br. lark -t hiu?elr after Long was delivered up to h a. ?bK after be returned to ' Virginia, published a card eipr ssing his grati I tnde to the p* p e of Nee > or . for the attiatioas shown to hiro sud the Uudoees eiercls 1 Mr Mason tb.rrfi re oik 1' a gr^at ml?tak" ab?u^ this mi'.tt, As I to ibe expense. Incurrel 1 linte looked Into the maU 1 ter ?lnc- my artlvel b?re. and T find that all the ex. pens* ? i mclalned of wa? aetua: y paid by th? city ol lota (lirswt ai piaue* / If, ther?lore Mr *a ccn Lad kn ,?n all tte tacts, Insfad if using len ! guaget.f e?m plaint he wcwld ha a used th? words <-f irratitude. I r. p?a? il^at If the ni-? of the Booth Sr. ? w m. re ot th" peopi" ef th- hortb than they d<>. and thepe pteof the N?*th were b tter a8-^,u*litad with tie peo.le of th- South than they are. w. would seel'SeOfili feell?tr b*t?< e? t ben than is now exhi bited nor weuld tli ere b? so many collisions a? there ?te A o> mplalat was mad# by certain h t,tb?rn ralKsi'u in regard to ta? *a?? ol I the fugitive slave Crafts, id Tostrn Th?y o< m p a n tl at < rafts was n< t apt.reli. ti >1 A war rant was for hi* arr^t. anl tb? irr-a.e.. 1 sBorte wer< msde to effect Ms air?-ft. wh-jh woald b?ve tat, en place I Warn but forth* laet that be locked hirj??if up la his h.nsa snd the ot!lc*rs havina I aothlag but civil process In thsir head* and n it 1 t ? ice as I suppose authorised by law te break opea ' tbe (Sets b? was not. and T.uld not. he arrested I C.atl men who ladulrfe their pre. odlees freely seem uawjlllng to opea tbilr minds to tn* truth and ae <or?ivKly tLef take II l?r created that Mas.aahasetts i audile wLole Notih are hostile to the South \et Dinlel Webster who is. I think a Utile to be relied upon In rsgard to Ma-eschusetts eonec rn? cheers) rajs that Jne tonths ot thep o^le of /" ?.*schasett? are seaJv and prepared to sostaln the Fugitive Sieve taw sad to see lull .uetlce d< ne to tna Smth. Prol' rgeij B) plause ) liut this is Bet a'.! A 1 seatlmiaa wfcure fame Is wall kaewn throaghout the ctubtry a man ef g;eat learalng aa t ?r great rul'"e esp*rt?uce aw orator, truly If any n*r fwf <!??? f Tf?'l th# wfc< ^ purity of I t. Integrity and perlect veracity are well knoen. (be a.ludsdtoMr Everett ) tells the very same th nj lie ! rime :< t? ard in hi* brllll ?t?. speech of yest-tdsy and bark?d up v r W abater la lh? moat eaphatls miaaer ; on this point sad j;ave most oonviB-laj testimony I) at Mr Webster's Mateuietits were true to the vsry i letter I aever Mt that any ecaslderabls portion >1 1 out l itis, as eonlJ prove fats' to the oooetllut on ; " will I he eonvine>d that suen Is tl.e ease until , , . , ,re i rodaesd far m- fe p^ant th ?n aay 1 hare L. ... , fh. P*. pie <? -...a- husetis at ? lag we. I. and I trust, wf.l c ? IreaUiy dc ail that i s to b. desired I trust, though, th it the day is B t far dietai.t when tt.? open disua. "n sts ol t he Houta an l tk* covert st th- North will be aline an rns'kid ?B'ie?pos.d In all tholr h.deous de' irmltr. | an as toawalt- n unlvrr-al loathing and abhorrence at I lair- am?t> ail go d citlsenv e?ery wb-re \ o-lfer oos at piause and ? b*? rs l I am gl? I to b* here fedOT I rirt.Vn. ' " another w.-r-oonr J>ut a young BV I t'.iaal politician, ai h'ngh eomewiie' advameii la ... rs laughter. I b^ee not. y-t. w^ai i?a e.ll be 'called an established rspitatl< a Now this being th. esse end inasmuch as I have been charged hv rrflais enBBlng managers. Ib the B'ate of Mlaais slppl.With UlPgare reaat to the deaioeratir crwed. 1 wish to show thaftl.e charg. Is wholly uafjua l-d t ?r .|r after ebat has aceur-d t/i a'ght I sha.l feel aotkorired t? say abeB I g- he k to Mlssfslpp' snd In rase the sccnsa' Ion rh .nld be lepeat.d, tha'. I bare h.en at Tammany Hall, that the sobj-et eas theia , lotkee lat< , and 'ha' tha dnr.ocracy ot New Y-,rk ?ia .id' red me. ap' b the whole, quite en estimable dein> /?rat Applause, ehl h lasted for some alu'ites) *be eld auillflers and el'anl ml.te pclltlclsns of Mis , V-li ptare apposed to B e and to my aoarse now, 1. ??ev were la" autumn whes same p?f| le tl??ngbt il.. fa uad myself Ina rather warm |lao? lauthter.) a I of fhe dlsuB.eplsts heat.d by ? yalMnau wha klitjwavr * een t,f the South Caroline sehool ol poll f|V. w*re fcOvfBg hsaven and earth tor my d. srrnetloB ?" * h*fnt* 1 .tt)m r? , i .? iha Blato two g?*t emen had male CUellB ..." sTste lea.'. O.e was 6s-ersl TTl msi sad lbs ctLer "M r> O trv.a Their ffHtkit ?w? quite exoellent of tkilr kind What do you think they bad done' They had MiiwUy extinguished the demoeratie party, a* far m they could do io by the breath ot their aostril*. They hod aaid Tirt molly, that they would no longer have a demo erotic party that the time had oom? for the entire obliteration of old party lino*, on d tho t it hod booomo expedient to organise a now political faction, to bo composed ol all, whether whigs or democrats, who would agree to oo operato in extreme measure* ot re sistance I found a good mony excellent ond well meaning democrats had boon *erlou*ly deluded, ond hod been persuaded to unite ia the formation of what woo called State or party associations, set on f^ot alone for disunion purposes What was necessary to be done in this state of things .' I had a strkiag example betore mo. I hoi seen that load ing whig* had done as good sorvlae as lead ing democrats ia tho adjustment struggle. I had seen Clay and Oass olosettod together, and conferring as pat) lots, in regard to tho dangers of the oountry, and agreeing to stand by each other to the last mo ment, for the sake of the eomaaou came, until the en orgies of those old patriots were almost exhoasted iu their lobars to rescue the republic from the danger with which It waa threatened. Having the example of those noble patriots before me, I ask, again, what was I to do? I assure you, that if Mississippi had united with South Carol .na ia the scheme of secession, tho Union would have been dost roved; and I tell yon that such a catastrophe may possibly yst occur. If Mis sissippi. and Alabama, and Florida, and on* or two other Southern State* in addition, unite with Boath Carolina in the extreme measares which she proposes, such will be the case ; but if they refuse to do so, she is not quite mad enough yet to prooeed to extremities alone, and unoountenanoed by nay other Southern State. But, fellow- citUsas, there ia no dang?r now that Mississippi will join her iu the erusade against the Union. But last autnmn, whea I got heme, the proipect seemed to be not a little as certain. Much depended upon the action of the whig party; for the disuaioa feeling was mors prevalent among the democrats, misled by certain leading poli ticians and corrupt editors than among the whig*. It wa* most plain, that if nothing like a elos * unlen .?as established among the Union men of both the old Carties, the greatest mischief might ensue. * * nder such circumstances, we resolved to draw into association patriotic men of both parties, and to unite them as firmly as possible, as an organized party, in opposition to the new disunion party, whioh had just sprung into being. We mutually agreed t> forego , lor the time, all anoi~nt party considerations -to dis- , regard the old party issues, and to stand by each other, with united energies, until all danger of secession should be obviated. (Tremendous applause.) There was no saorliice of principle in the compact thu* efleoted A* to the old istue *. and as to the principles belonging to the old whig and democratic creed.', we all remained precisely as we were before the compact was formed- whigs remaining whigs, and democrat* remaining democrat* Hut all ot u* considering { the Union more valuable than any party triumph, resolved to enter into a clOfe and int mate alliance with each other, tor the purpose of ! saving the Union, with the understands* that wheu its salvation xhould have bsen effected, if acci dental circumstances should brio? about a rerlval of the old leeues, each ot us would be allowed to act In reRard to it aooordlng to his own g1l?to? >? We base-! our new organlx ition ou the plan of adjustment of the last session and oalled the I aljn party of Mis sissippi Into existence, with the view of maintaining that plan of adjustment in tact. In oth?r words. I may say tbat the democrats ot Mississippi who parti cipated in this new organisation. agreed simply in a solemn and lormsl manner, to ?tand ov the the lialtl mote resolution* o' 1840. 1844 and 1848. We I assumed the non-inteTventlon principle as our ; guiding star. We nustain*d the doctrine of non- | Intervention, as laid do?n ia Qeneral Case's Niehol-on letter in the same manner to the same ex tert and in the selfsame spirit in which we had sus- < talned It in the last Fresideutsl caucus. This termed to us net to be at all inconsistent with principle* for merly avowed by us. or any nets *hlch had been per- I termed by us as members of the Democratic party. ? i lie could perceive no propriety in our b*ooming dlsunionlsts, In order to curry out democratic prin ciples. It is but justice to rh? whig* who united with us in the formation ot this new party, th'it they came to us from the ranks of tbe party equally as free as in former days f-om the taint of disunion as the democratic i>*rty itself, and iu truth, tho presidential contei-t of 1648 was conducted in the State of Mississippi stiljtly upon the non interven tion platform, by both the eld parties Having giren you tills explanation. I will add tbatl rejoice greatly to bndthityou do not condemn m? for what I have dote in this matter, and tbat you have not I*** con fidence in me as a demo-rat because I have not been witling to turn disunlonirt. My friends. I have occupied your attention long enough. I rejoice tor** these indication* of patriot ism- these (-occlusive evidences of your de'urmiea tlon to stand by tbe cont'ltution? to maintain tbe compact of our fathers, and to tbe f ill ext*nt of yonr Kwer to rescue the country from tbe danger which perils over it I rejoice at what I have witnessed here tbi* eveciog and my recollection of tbi* hour will be carried with me to the grare. Mr Btraban and other speakers addressed the meet ing afterward*, bnt we are so much pressed that we cannot find room to day for their remark*. Hartii* Affairs. The Pa< ckt Bhip Mumio*. Captain Freeman frtm Liverpool arrived anil anchored inside tha bar at nine o'clock on Tbursday evealng. L<t orHED? At Portroouth, N II . llth last., In beantifal style, by Mtrere Ferneld k. Pettlgrew, with nrarta and yard* all aloft ehip Typhoon, intended for the California and Canton trade, and the large* t mer chant palling ship ever launched la tha tJa'ted 8tatee, bring ii.lbO tor a. carpenter e w> asure and 1 Oil 60 SV.h* toBP register Til* Typhoon la owned by Messrs D .'w A KlngMand of New York and la to be eon man 'lad by Capt. Cbarlee II Walter, of Portsmouth liar length ovtr all li 325 ft : extreme breadth. 41>, ft.; depth '?3 ft - dead rise. So tocher liar frame Is entirely of white oatc. docked >bI r?a?oned seven eighth* of It the growth of Mew Hampshire foreata. Length el tnelnmis*. 80 leet topmaat 61. topgallant naa?t 28, (royal 23. and gnater pole IS. with 8 feet head. The apara are the fame on tore ar,d main nia*ts !ow?r yard* ? ) feet, top pail yardu 04 topgallant 48. royal 30, akyiiil 28. and it i? eatd phe will ppread m nnch einran aa any regtel ?float. Her riggiBi: Is of tbe beet Kusela heraa anther t alii are or cotton duck. Bhe will leave for New York la ? few dayg.? Heifen .Mifrfitrr. ? be Wall-afreet Ucfatratlou. IN 1 II K MAT TKtt or RAY TOMI'KIMS. Fie. ?4 ?The tietlmony tor the pro-edition wai eloped ob Friday evening laet and farther pro:e?d lags adjourned to four o'clock thia efUrnoun All pattlea balas ia attendance. the c.unael for Mr. To np kits moved tor hia di?charge on the ground 'hat even though bewaa mora ly guilty which they did aot ad ? It? '.here wae not puf!lri<>ut in th? teetimoay. aa It tb?natcod to call upon hiui to aasw?tr th.- nharg* ? Juptice Loihrop decided that the evidence w a* suffi cient to go to a urend jury, but that he would allow him to come In and make any detence he 'bought pro per and If In hla opinion that defence wae aa antwer to t he ebarge. he would at orc? discharge him. but otbrrwlse he would seed th? evldeace to a gran I jury. Counsel for Mr Tompkins then called upon Jmtl-e l-othrop ;o make fnt a warrant which weald define tte i (fence ?ltb wbich Tompkins stood c'largad, whereupon he issued hip warrant charging him with ciileinlrg money under faWe pr?tence* anl plae-d It In the hande of an offloer to arr??t Mr. TomnHloe Further pioeeedlnga were th' n adjourned to t 'mor row, (thia evening > at lour o clock. The Speed of tile Promathrn*. 1 lO Tilt KUlTOft or TMK HK?AU>. Ib looking over your paper of the 231 ln*lan*. my attenttrn we* diawo to the arrival of tbe nee eleem phip I'rtmeth. us In quicker time from t'hagre* to New Urleane, and from the latter place to New York tbaa I bed eappoied It p<esiMo lor a rteain- r I ,, mak Tbe peifuroiance a'r jck me bp bein< ?o ettrao- ilaary that I aa* Indue d to go on board the ahlp this day aid t xamine her, with the view of a'eerUlnlii{ ahy II ? tbat she la* ro far outstripped e l otber ilnne.i rf which I have pern an account and the Pr >B)?'h*tl? bavirg Pcatcely U?a l.rard of. I fouad her to be a beautiful specimen of naval architeotare an I most perfect in ail her arrangemeat* Her conptrae;or? de ? < rve much er< dit. but there is Ptill a mlvt through which I cane t : ee why abe phould so rreatly (I'd all cth>re in point of pp>ed with ao rrnell a quantity of fuel aa wae represented to me by th* eagin?er to have le*ac<>a>uni'4. If her > aterpriaiag o'ler. with when I hare not the pleasure of an acquaintance alii eon sent to give th?r>a>i>os to tbe public of her ao ex c- Meg all others. I, fol (Be, will ft el obliged for his eg. pla nation 0*a Who Tears Mi't ?i it RtttM. N i * ? i anM Ni? (JaetaoA.? Wa are ludebted to Cap tain Krrikf e?, of. the seboeaer 8 M Wain lor pa pert from Cart V egena. to the Mrh of January. The political newp Is cf some Importance. Tbe poll tides* are at war. as ueual. The government of Peru has not thought prefer to r<celva Oeeeral Jose Maria Oban do. in the charts ter of Envoy Kitraordiaary and Mlaleter Plenipo'.ea tlary cfNew Qreaada near that republle. Thl? new# produced a great pearatlen In new QraBala. It Is said that the Perui laB govern ueut coatlders Uen'ral Obanda. as aa old Midler of American liberty , but tblak* that he wae ?uhjested to th? laflncBca of pv. culler elreuBistAnce* ehlcb, was aot In hti poeer to overcome. Henta Anea aed hit family are no* a* Carthegena. end the Oeaeral was glvlnc lovltatioaa to oae of h s favorite amnemaate a cock flght, to eoaac off th? en sulag weeg. Freights wcte very low, and exports high and scarce Tb?re had prohibly been more ?h'pplog in Caitliegtna tke last three inftaths. than for two yeaia previous ('arthagena was very healthy, and bae be criae qnite a resort for Invalid* hb-i aUo t?r return leg Cellfrrnlenp It It ratd there have been mare A m? rleere In Carthegena. for a tew raatthv past, than wpre ever kBown b?t.>re Nnvrairntt of ltl?tln|(aUh?il Prnp'p A xiu l ey and Ptiita acre at N . rtolk Va., oa the 22>I Instant 0?n John T. Cooper Albany; II frahb. U 8 Navy; ! 8. T NotUn, Coao ; O VV Hatwp. Hi.etoB: K B . Little, do . K. A. Itavie# <Jo . K W t'leve and Oobb . John M Orem Italttmore; U 8lade. Hoetee, arrived yeeter- \ day at tke lrvlr>ir liouee 0 Oleakay. I'hila , J 0. llrocke, Malae; IF tt'eet. Meni|lile, J. Tyson, I'hila; W Davllson Ky ; W Max well. Mempble, were aaeag the arrival* yaeierday at the American Dob Fiaiii-iero Ctoughtna. Spent-h CoboiI; Capt. Cooper 8a? Harbor, ietB llerry. 4* ; F II Murdoeg, . Oei^igta; V B. Thoaipaoa, do ; A K Hpoil <t\ Ohio ? | J< ha P Jcwett Ho* ton were among the arrivals at , Ollntc n Hotel yesterday. M Itl vlngstoii I bile ; J Peiklna, Baltimore; Capt. phlp I In ia , O Holiaas Phtla ; II 8towe, l.eaietra ; II Howea, MaarneMar, Rag. and, were aaoB| tke aiilyalp j?st?iday at uh? At tor ileusa ?ideal. Ii ilia* Orr.HA Hooni.- The benefit or Pertl laet night afforded grope forth* abilities of TruA. Avlg none Koeland Korti Many puts ot the opera were very wall executed and tbe applauae was wall earned. To morrew niKbt, at Proffl's Wnalt, Blgnora Bo*?l, tba new con'rait" will appear la " 11 Giuramente" one ot tin t?t of Mercadanta's operas The appaar anee of tblo UJy will be aulte a musical event, and or laarn that th? ?III only elng on tbla o icadon and on Thursday etmlif at Natha.UFltijamos benefit, whao that graoeful dauner will appear, alio, aa a vocalljt. The Opera la Ho.Hon is highly iticeessful Parodl baa created '.he biebest possible uuthusiasm, and the most capable cri'lns bare discovered the rare, and wa ?a) eay unsurpassed, merit of tbe cr'tile. It la Mil that ihe bar reo-ived ? conge of two or three mouth a trom the Grand Opera at Pari*, and that after singing, at two eoneer'a in Philadelphia, abe will reeume bet performaneea at tbe Opera House here. Christ* ? Mi>sti??.i.s. ? Who can reiiet the tempta tion sightly offered by this most popular and talented company? Night after night their hall la crowded with the fashion ot the city, to enjoy tbe harmony ot tbeir melodioue voioee. They exeeutc their inetru mental performanoee with great musical precision. Tbe wlttloi>m> ot Qeorge always ellolt one continual roar ot laughter Tut programme for thie evening la of an exceedingly attractive character. Fellows' Min?raei.a. ? Thle exoellent band ot Ethio pian delineator* pre?ent a bill of great variety and at traetlveneae Tbe burlreque opera aeene ie a merito rioua production, and ie nightly received with th? greatest, c, Lit We wonld adviee tbe lover* of aegrc minstrel* y to vleit this popular establishment. aa they can there enjoy some of the beet songs, duett*, ijuar tettee and Instrumental perforaanoes. Co Hi t t. ?tendar? Thle Day. BcrRsxe OOckt? Cibcvit.? Noe 148. 211, 343, 52, 10.';. 340, 280, 71, 13 40. 161, 248, 100 240, 213. Bell Telegraph.? All peraona requirlnc*, bell?. for hoteia , oiu . ate er private dwelliags, are request M to esll lit h o 370 Ureenwleh street, corner at llea< h street, and examine Ma left's ratent Itnprovtd Iieil Telegraph, ma aufactured by kJo?l?nd Kiohardion ft Co. Oertihoave a have axkmincd fckl'e t's Pataat Improved Ball Telegraph, manufactured b* H"wland, Kioharaaoa ft Co., tor botelt, steamboats and i ilvate dwellings, aa? have do hesitation la laying that a m^re pe feet hotel telegraph sould not be made, nor one coiabinibt rn-ie simplicity or arranKoineat, or dura bility of rsrt". or frd> uess from disarrani/emeut; as there la not mot ii n in t ti? i ? ? <ra| h tbat Is dependent upon a M crank fir spiral ? prins. ho universally used a all other hotel ar steamboat tel< panhe, and whiah are to liable to (rot out el order A* a ho tl or steamboat telegraph, I therefore eonai dsr it the h?*t Id me and, at the t.ime time. clear of aay In fr?agement on the Sp'ral Spring Annunoia'.rr. Signed. CBARLE1 L. II4KRITT. Uni'od 'tatei 1'ateit A gen', -'-i B;o..1?ay. Gentlemen'* Hots, Spring Paahlon, 18JI.? Vk.u Beeiir a. o , lia tors, 15t> tn at way. New Iforh, will issue the Bprmg ?s?liionfor Gentlemen's lints for 1*51, on Baturda). 'he ttrsi day of liaroh eniuiag. This style bar1 been modelled Willi 'heexpresi view if dispensing with the sharp, angular tm res hy whioh the Hat bas teen so lonfi. eharae i^rlted, a u whiea buve been lo iagtnionnly torturad lhtna thui saiMi differea' ahapet, in the vain endeavor to produce stnieti Id. which might te?r tho title of nor-fty. Wm. H. b. k I i.i itj gcetcrmiued, at this per id, to divest the ">r?l> beau i ul ' u the art it hattinz. of tbe misty vail of anti'inko d i r-judice by * nioh it haa t a?n so long ob seniad. now p'es at the Uat for tbe season, with "graceial curve" and "oiei ?? li?e," in pertoct eoafftrinity Art's higher t mm el? < h' heuian (nrtD and " fa-e divine"? In she eoahdam rxpietkti i ihatit Hill be at <>noe approved and greettd ?t'h d?>frv i kdmiration. la regard to irnterlal and m*rkma>i' bit W. (1 B ft Co. have simply to remark, that their ?ol? re i?i or ii upon the veil known character ot the liit< maniif?e'"rod br them, whiob have ettaMithed for themffelves a i? p- *u' i n that Is without precedent, and bs Sond ail c n?i> ri-on In i onnection wi- h tlie faalnon^bt: lat, Wm H. Hn ' it i . would remark that ifley have pre pared. with a vie* ot aojr.i.imodatiae tbe r cus'.oacrs. se veral differeti' ? > e*. which, if preferred, will be nntio to order at in ''ui . alto a style of bat particularly i lapte '. tojnnth? wh" aie about ohanglng tbe Cap for the more maul) Hat, all 'f whic"? their friends and the puttie are in vited to ?xamit " en* judge of, for theaifelvoe. WJ4. Q, BCKBE ft t O , ft'. Mrukdkky. knd 71 liberty atreet. P. a. H'm li. lleilci C having coaple el iboir newly erested Hat Manniaet ... v. ?-ff r a respeetfnl Invitation to theeitixenf of New Vo k e> ? ail otbejs w ho f-el an .otcrest la the pro gress r.t mar. ui?- tuie?, to vl#i'. th"ir utabKshuen*. at any time at ir1uw?aj 'h- bird day ot Mkreh, when they will le u"at hspp. to , xhi> it to ti'.ein tie ptrfeetien <>l its ar? raogeme> is. wbiwh wl"b its facilitic- for manufacturing, art. aeobtl<?s w.i '. on* a parallel iu the known world. <:? n tlrrn. , (lata ? Spring I 'aiblon fo? 1851 ? kx?i .el . .11 tter, 107 hassai i r . et i.riurt l 4m, New V eh kai. -be ileaau-e of aaaoamlig to his tr.end ana 'he publie the on hAtui Jay. the hrtt day of March next, Ha wil'. le.ue the pi g style ?f Centleiiei't Hate for l^'l. The univeital re ein'} whioh b.s $3.5i: hate lave attained In m t>:elr lutrii s c heanly and txoollenre, threnir'i' ut tho IJai"n is th? h"?< (.'i arantee tbat > an be gi ven lor th'. r si; ? I ei i iritj "*ei an ' i I I. a sold in Br .ad way. A uo?le t?ia! will b? suttleiei. t t ... e nvincs ti e moat ineredel* us, '.ha ot tl'S scorn <il ee' n . in v as ? ell sa c t an aat ante, they are thu el.espeat hat a.'lo. either in this city or e 1- ? .v. here, 'Salt and jodse for yt urse >?a of the atfvantsr" h? es' sbl ihmnt tffersover all i thi's >a cl.eapre..s, quality sads > le. The Vint In the irteld.? Knox hns nn> aooaced hia.p ids lasniun ' f Ila's. and i e? kie r?all> su Cri Nothiag more irulv ? -.vs the arti,t than the luanu cture of a tat mil < be traly obstrvant eve can a' u i lance detect U e ? n t ? ' lority ef th s" bsa-i ig tbe t s/; ; "urs ef Laea'e handiwork, ..ver these elairoin^ur .r'ly to t . tash ionalle. (u) ot I" x. lh> Fult^a stieet. Waits' lllllil Antnlotf Is for sapcrlot and a>iove all i.ihn medicines a. a g'ku i noalth re-:v ra Ive . that I cli He hi il, mi to all upon trial; :t ?>?'- foned be aefieial, tbe dnlikr wtll be ret'mes- Ta) JOT WATffi. it> Nassau street $1 l-ottle ; dotea. Phrenology eat Hoinr.? Hr. Slur will give aleeturaun i. - m. .j.,8% en H vine-day ei en. ng, at Canton Ball Vr IM it's we' I known reputation, loth as a ke'urei; and praetieal ph?en> I 'gist, will d?abtle*a se< .re a goti'l at tea aa nee. Parh Bei.jnmin'a bnmoroua Poem oil tTlic Age ef 14," sou ui ce4 last week, and r 'Otptaed trom ?ri d. y, will be deltviruu tLisevenug at t'.e lint m Ha'l. ;a KaSse ?t?i et Let all who take an Interest in go'd. Califor am- the I'.llle* of thi day an I the f: 'tiica ot th' t:eies. be ? uia to a'tet <1 A in.mim. 31 cents. Lecture will eotn uieace at 8 o'clock. Vp Town Doartl of Health. J . A Pottont baa ? i #nf i hi* ?i avion* . aad llkir Urtae'D( *?l<j*m, 60(1 Broadway. whi' li^for aleaulintaa end t; tr.fort. are un tarpatanl ? toputk' u a* a aoifotiS: ii?;r cac?r, ii ?*11 <(t*blub*d. That* ? 1. o litre nc, tail Utter try him. tioldiratth'i I.ait Four Day* ?The Impci - feet wr.ter ? h<> deeiiai a *hf ortar r>l ten* perfected it Iti art 1 1 r*aa>ai'?t.ii> Icr ii S>?. mu tt t? *traL*tlr o, a! ro t - , voice i f a> If -iatereat. W.thia I'.ur day* of 1 C Broad ?a?, rl?ara Ma nbeep ttria. but all ? ho apelr ^elorf that OBe. will hart them-, no* 'iuar:?r t* Uk* thatt Ka | ion* id. Hatr Dft^BaUhtlor'i liirtantuiatai 1J" nil 11 air Dp, *o celebrated is Lcadoa. i aria. B< atoa, Philadelphia, Balunort, H'aai.iaatJi, . oaa taiy be *r> <<?! mm . at ih? ttaaufaotory, * wallttrtct. New i Tha publie nuat beware ot wnatarfalta. Set my aarioo* di ploma*. It la for aale whoJeaaU aad ratall. or applied. V?ll fa>? addreee. WIS. ami ToujifH.- P?r?oii? nlal'lBI ? ??up?nor #t? or To ipe* ahuuld tall at Haiebtlsr"* rate! ?? i* ft??. ry, No. t * ail >? Tbtj will Csm b? perleotl) aaleraiand* aU their reuuirttuenie. ao ' bow dlffionlt. heB>-*er falli to (It the l*a?. ta faet ha kaow.l bla bB*iB**a. and matt* a bra<n?a* of It Otry kla addpt* , aad fl?? Mm ? -?.H Rtrtm Parking, mailr by uu of Z. I tic, ttn<* d*r t'aunt ? I li? wi.*r uf Tjn k ii' lin'a f'ai ntel liv* ti< n. f?' Bteum i*a< kn $, ha* 1 1 i ?*' li' a r ? a to t'ate that by four years r nitant n?r l.\ ? ho a mar eaa 3i*l lirHiah bte??llni' ur??i?t. and ? !a"*aa? art*h|iahia*ata in th> 1'ai'ca 0' itM, tha dmaaad It eirr a kun irt > f < ) 4 ia(/eaaed kit ii bn ?nh? wi'.er pa??r. ar.d tta a.j. i tery. ?'a?n( V it Ord ri c< n iaa<i 'i f? w .o Iron. * .r ?!?*, t i' Mania i 5oat'i Air. T.*a. 1 ndi-rm tlli rtr '-hi I mt' 1 !! aM< Itr a"'? Fa'kin^ Ptrnu wh' ha a taea d.aai pnlM'd la ? a ? -4 rf thai an 'o m laialat It ?d, hav? only tt tr? Dat a I'a ?nt r'tfkira . n 1 tnay will utter r?l ?:?l?t tiruiii fit Witt M ii It* ii : a r ?? ''?* market. Orda r ad treated ci I in tit# m%Mtfa<"ui?r at<n*t': of the moot l.i ? al dlfOitit ii ??!? riera ?na da a' ? ?. U JR 4 '? II. D/?V. Vaatif eta ttarltilt Knbler, .1 L .> irtfaadt attaat . MONK T N A l?K K r. lab i* -? T tt. Tf?r> ?t?elL market epaoai ij-lt? bi-ytiB*. tbi? nam i?ir aDdthara waa aftu.iy atactic H.f )(ldlci( latilti At tha flrat band. Itlitit (a ail TBDsed 1 par cant; Portsmouth Dry toed, X: Kdga> worth. V Morrla Canal Farra?rt l oan. 1; Lodc Itland ,*,, HarUia RaadiDR llail road. 1. Noraloh ?cd Worce?t< r. \ Kila Innnata H- n la daeliwrd >? par cant and ?beta* V. Ha-l?m Krrwlcb and Kaad. ioft . ara tha tbraa farorita railroad a- cor! liar aad ar? at aad II y morlaf np-rard Irr.r* aaad rar a'.p'a and larir' praapartlva dUldaoda lara altraetad a great many buyer*, and If th? baar? art not parti jular!r oan.tcua tbay will find It tary dlfllrult to f*t la thalr ahort*. The aplrlt of apaeulatlon I* att?rdla( Itaaif rapidly and tha approaching aaaaoo la peculiarly faaorabla fot ao upward mor nu nt la atf r ka of all klada. Mon >y Ir abundant eer-ugh for *11 ordinary pnrpc>a*. and thi ?upply I* likely to laoraaaa ra'.har than Aatiai*^ Thar* I* a dlapialtlon la tha publlo mind to daa.' arK.|y In (took*, and tha mato* to do to to aay eitant will, without dtuM be fort~a?Biag whar. wanted. Ind<p-Bd?n' of thl?. or ra'.har la aoa narllun with thl*, there It *o little rith ia oparat. log Id tha principal rallmd *toek*, aad tha marglc tor an laiproaamt at In ptleai la *o wld* that maay will take b'd'l of tbam who haaa hen tofor* baao aati i fled with Israatmenta I i gnyernaant and 8lat? itoaka and tha radanad rata* of iataraatrtall.'?d Tha two >?ad log lard afocka P^rtunoutb a-id i: dga worth -war* io ?otlra dm, and to day. at batter pileaa Tbay will, with out daubt. flrat faal tha impatn* of rpacnla'loa aad idtin '? a greater per ?*nt than kby otk?ra oath* Hit Optratort of maJ*rat* m*ana wlil, tharefora pra *r thi* i lata of atorki to thoa? raq n Irtag mora eapl ?al to eanj, and hilding out mora noderata in dsoetnanU. M?it of our old .taudar 1 atoariUa* raagia too high to attract new puri:ba?ar? A ' anrreat prlee*. heypaj a T?ry low rata ot lnt>raat, an I ara by at* II -an* a* produstiea aa nur rapitallt'a ha*a keen garb tu. Chtngef are tharefora. daily nude, and money ia fi- dirif It* way Into r*ilr:al lu??a maa't, both la huada i.nd akaru*. The laeelpta at the ofll-a of the Aaaiataat Traaauret of tht* p?rt to day, tmaant'd to * k> OTO; p?ym*nt* f 61 J9? halanca. $2 OST to. Tl ere ha? n< re actltity thi* moraiag ia th* e?c) ?nge market. W? quata hi I* on l.aadaa U\ % 10 >?e?nt pratolum; on PaiU, f 6 12H a f t 10. Aai ?t?T tam. 41', ? < . Hri man 79)^ a Tli'a i Ham?'?r*h. |f* a ?7 The eiport* cf *p?ele laat waali araonat'4 t?> I lit till. Total ?i port thia year, tl t il '/82 It will be i?ea hy an adeartl-atw-a* la ear.' her ?dint that two bnadred thnaaand dolUra aerea par eaat 'iftg*(e brnd* al tha Caatrat Ohio Railroad Oom pan a ilbaalt tad for ral* at awntioa. at the M*r cl.-at , a' I | hange. Wall *ltart OB Weloaaday, f.b?

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